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1

When did the first duma begin

April 1906

2

What happened in April 1906?

First Duma opened

3

When did the first Duma close?

July 1906

4

What happened in July 1906?

Duma closed

5

How many months did the First Duma last?

2 months

6

What did the first Duma participate in?

Rigorous debates over matters like the Empire like the Polish question and land distribution

7

How did the government respond to the rigorous debate of the first Duma?

Said that land distribution was not an option

8

How did the government anger the first Duma?

Government stated that compulsory redistribution was not an option

9

What solution did the first Duma want?

More radical solutions

10

Who wanted more radical solutions

The first Duma

11

Who gained coverage of the first Dumas anger?

The press

12

In response to the growing coverage of the Dumas anger what did Nicholas do?

Nicholas claimed it was illegal and disbanded it

13

What was an achievement of the first Duma?

First elected government
Large number of liberal and reformists

14

Who did the government obtain loans from?

France

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What was the impact of receiving loans from France?

Weakened Dumas chance to use financial powers over the Tsar

16

What did Nicholas pass in April 1906?

The fundamental law

17

When was the fundamental law passed?

April 1906

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What did the April 1906 Fundamental law state?

“The all-Russia Emperor possesses the supreme autocratic power” therefore giving him the right to supersede the Duma and dissolving it if he pleased

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What did the upper chamber have?

Veto powers

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Who had veto powers?

The upper chambers

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What was the impact of the upper chambers having a veto power?

Duma had no real power

22

Between the sorting of the first and second Duma, how were disobedient Ministers handled?

Arrested trial and imprisonment

23

What was arrested and imprisoned in between the first and second Duma and why?

Key Kadet and Labourist party moments who has signed the Vyborg manifesto

24

What was the vyborg manifesto

Set of demands from militant Duma MPs asking the people of Finland not to pay taxes or serve in the armed forces till the Dumas were restored

25

What were a Set of demands from militant Duma MPs asking the people of Finland not to pay taxes or serve in the armed forces till the Dumas were restored

Vyborg manifesto

26

How many Kadets and Trudoviks formed a rival assembly?

200

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What parties made up the 200 deputies who formed a rival assembly which was repressed by the Tsar

Kadets and Trudoviks (SRs)

28

What was this Duma called?

Duma of National hope

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What was called the Duma of national hope

The first Duma

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Who refused to join the Dumas?

SRs, Bolsheviks and extreme right wing groups